Does the Second Amendment grant an American citizen the right to keep and bear weapons of military grade? What happened to Rhodesia? How has NAFTA affected the American economy? The Conscience of a Right-Winger answers these questions and more in scholarly essays written from a paleoconservative perspective.
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"This remarkable collection of essays shows keen insight into an impressive variety of fields:Constitutional analysis, race relations, politics, history, and international relations. Mr. Bristow calls his perspective 'conservative,' but I am struck more by his relentless willingness to follow facts to their logical conclusions. Mr. Bristow writes as well as he thinks, which makes him a pleasure--and not just an education--to read."
Editor, American Renaissance
"Kyle Bristow's analysis is detailed and insightful. He focuses on some of the main fallacies in law and society that have contributed to the decline and fall of Western civilization. It is essays like the ones contained in this compilation that help lead Western Man from the darkness that grips him in every country where he resides."
Chairman, American Third Position
"Kyle Bristow backs up his conclusions with fact. The data that he has compiled should be useful to both political and legal scholars as well as activists. Kyle speaks for many patriotic and ethnically aware Americans, and they will take pleasure in reading his book. To the right of Attila the Hun, he is not."
Dr. Virginia Deane Abernethy
Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry (Anthropology), Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
"Kyle Bristow is a very learned young man, highly versed in different fields of humanities--a feature quite rare on the American conservative scene, let alone among young white students of humanities. In the present collection of his essays Bristow covers a vast field of different topics, ranging from the legal issues regarding the freedom to bear arms--all the way to political and military intricacies surrounding the civil war in Spain of the mid-thirties in Twentieth Century Europe. Bristow writes eloquently about the meaning of the political in postmodernism and he is completely at ease when narrating about decadence on display in modern American art museums. This book has a distinct academic weight given that Bristow always provides impressive bibliography and citations behind each of his sober yet very scholarly arguments--arguments that are seldom to be heard or delivered by tenured professors in the allegedly free speech graduate programs in America today.
The importance of Bristow's essays is that they show the reader how to put political issues, surrounding the destiny of the White Man, into wider perspective; both from the historical, legal, linguistic, racial and aesthetic point of view.Bristow must be commended for his courage to dissect the meaning of cultural hegemony. After reading this book of essays and after reading Bristow's breakthrough novel White Apocalypse, hopefully it may be clear by now to many disoriented young conservatives why the Left and its paleo-Marxist semi-intellectual acolytes, both in American and European universities, have been so successful in manipulating and monopolizing cultural discourse. Bristow's book could tip the balance. His prose is a must read."
Dr. Tomislav Sunić
Former Professor and Croat Diplomat, Author, and Director of the American Third Position
"The Conscience of a Right-Winger, a pleasurable read with surprisingly clear legal insights, contains fifteen short essays on a diverse field of contemporary topics that were written from Bristow's thoughtful, paleoconservative perspective. Its essay format provides a terrific glimpse of how Bristow's keen legal mind works. Methodical and impeccably researched, The Conscience of a Right-Winger stands as another reason Bristow has been called the twenty-first century heir to the late Samuel Francis."
Producer, A Conversation About Race
The author, Kyle Bristow, has a degree in international relations from Michigan State University and is currently attending the University of Toledo College of Law to become a lawyer. While he was a student at MSU, he served as the chairman of the MSU chapter of the Young Americans for Freedom (MSU-YAF), which was a conservative-libertarian student organization that hosted numerous prominent conservative politicians and activists including: Nick Griffin of the British National Party; then-Congressman Tom Tancredo; Chris Simcox of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps; Jennifer Gratz, who sued the University of Michigan for its affirmative action policies and took her case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court; Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies; and many, many others.
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